Johann Sebastian Bach: Break With Hungry Men Thy Bread BWV 39 (Cello/Double Bass Part)

Johann Sebastian Bach: Break With Hungry Men Thy Bread BWV 39 (Cello/Double Bass Part)


Verisign secured

 Special Order. Usually ships in 14 working days
Other Buying Options click and collect This item is currently not available for Click and Collect

Reserve product at Store

Close






Please complete the form and click the submit button. This will notify our store that you wish to reserve this product.

Our store will contact you to confirm the reservation.

Please do not travel until the store has contacted you.


Please double check your phone number, if it is incorrect we will be unable to contact you.


We aim to get back to you within the hour, during shop hours (please see store details), to confirm your reservation. If you do not hear from us then please resend the request.

Our Price: £3.50    Change Currency
Customer Rating:
Media: Sheet Music
Arrangement: Cello/Double Bass (VLC/DB)
Composer: Johann Sebastian Bach
Series: Barenreiter Urtext Edition
Catalogue #: M006541430
This Item Earns 7 Musicroom Points

Description

This cantata for the First Sunday after Trinity, first performed in 1726, is one of the most musically attractive compositions composed by Bach during his time as cantor at St. Thomas Church, Leipzig.

In its alternating scoring for oboes, recorders and strings, the opulently-structured opening chorus describes the gesture of the breaking of bread. The arias and recitatives for the two soloists, alto and tenor show Bach at the peak of his compositional powers. The two-part cantata concludes with a simple chorus.

- Urtext edition based on the "New Bach Edition"
- Richly coloured scoring using recorders and oboes




Click on a song below to find all titles, including compilations, that contain it.
Break With Hungry Men Thy Bread BWV 39

Customer Reviews


Write Review  Write a review!


Write a review to win

More Product Details

Sales Rank: Not specified
Published on: 31/10/2011
Format: Part
Length: 10 pages
Language: English, German
Publisher: Bärenreiter
Editor: Robert Freeman; James Webster

Share this product with your friends using the icons below.